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: arnold schwarzenegger getting beat up by a small lady. >> i'm not perfect. >> adam carolla will analyze arnold on the grill. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for washing us tonight. it's all about money. the upcoming vote all about cash and how we americans process it bomber wants to redistribute income and regulate from washington and set up a socially just economic system that guarantees outcomes. those who are getting other people's money from the feds or states tend to support the president, that's logical. these folks may be short-sighted. if the u.s.a. continues to run up staggering debt our economy will eventually collapse. and the dependent will get hurt the most all over the world there is a struggle for fairness. the united nations once again proposing a global tax on billionaires. 1% of their wealth would be given to the u.n. to disperse throughout the third world. it's not going to happen but that's what many want to see. wealthy people being forced f. to give up assets to the controlling power. the p
is to blame for congressional gridlock. >>> arnold schwarzenegger launches a think tank at the university of southern california. schwarzenegger says bipartisan cooperation is the key to solving the nation's problems and says, "you cannot just do it, my way or the highway." >>> at the clinton global initiative hillary clinton's run for the white house was conversation topic number one according to politico. an official who traveled with her said "no meanings not right now". >>> "the new york times" reports that right now president obama is a heavy favorite to win re-election. since 1936 of the 19 political candidates who led in the polls at this stage of the race, 18 won the popular vote and 17 also won the electoral college. >>> "the orlando sentinel" reports mike horner ended his re-election campaign after being named as a client in a racketeering and prostitution case. horner said "i deeply regret decisions i made." >>> mitt romney talked about his wife's plane making an emergency loondzing over the weekend saying he didn't know why airplane windows don't open to let fresh air in. he w
a great weekend. >> thank you very much. >> steve: it is 7:10 eastern time. arnold schwarzenegger speaking out for the first time about the affair that ended marriages. coming up, the bizarre moment he realized hey, the housekeeper's son looks like my son. >> gretchen: larry sabato called it one of the most devastating contrast ads i've ever seen. that was his quote. watch this. >> february 16, 2003, fort hood, texas. lieutenant colonel allen west had just received deployment orders and prepares his men to go to war. that night, south beach, miami, patrick murphy is clone out of a -- thrown out of a club for fighting. >> gretchen: colonel west will tell bus that ad and much more mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event? your ford dealer. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mind to anyone who might be in the market for a new set of res? your ford dealer. i'm beginning to sense a pattern. buy four select t
. you saw arnold schwarzenegger doing that, and he's crazy, by the way, for even doing that, powerful men pretty much do what they want, and that's -- john kennedy was very, very powerful, and he wanted to do these things, and he did. now, we write about them in the context of how they influenced how he ran the country. because they did. there was so much of it, but then there was a turning point. the death of his baby patrick, and i write about that extensively, and that turned kennedy and changed him. >> real quick before i let you go. that epic debate, the one with you and jon stewart. >> yes. >> what are you doing to prepare? >> taking a nap. it's going to be a lot of fun but i want people to know it's for charity. if you go to the rumble2012.com you can see it, five bucks there. he. is he is terrified, by the way, stewart is. look. you can see it. and we're doing this. stewart is a good man. we'll raise a lot of money for charity and we hope everybody checks it out. >> bill o'reilly, thanks you so much. >> nice to see you, savannah. >> the book "killing kennedy." watch the first
for congressional gridlock. >>> arnoldchwarzenegger launes tkt university of southern california. schwarzenegger says bipartisan cooperation is the key to solving the nation's proems and says, "you cannot just do it, my way or the highway." >>>t the clinton global rhi house was ry clintos conversation topic number one according to politico. an official who traveled with her said "no meanings not right now". >>> "the new york times" reports that right now predent obama is aeavyavorite to win len. e1936 of the 19 political candidates who led in the polls at this stage of the race, 18 won the popular vote and 17 also won the electoral college. >>> "the orlando sentinel" -eiomp aer beingner ended his named as a client in a racketeering and prostitution case. horner said "i deeply regret decisions i made." >>> mitt romney talked about his wife's plane making an emergency loondzing over the weekend saying h didn't kno why ailane wws't open to let fresh air in. he was mocked about the scientific reasons for it. cabin pressurization, extreme cold and oxygen feeding the fire. that's your morning dish of
schwarzenegger you know, talking about that. and he's crazy by the way for even doing this. but powerful men pretty much do what they want and that's -- john kennedy was very, very powerful and he wanted to do these things and he did. we write about them in the context of how they influenced how he ran a country. because they did. there was so much of it. but then there was a turning point, the death of his baby, patrick. and i write about that extensively, and that turned kennedy and changed him. >> quickly before i let you go that epic debate with you and john stewart, what are you doing to prepare? >> taking a nap. it's going to be a lot of fun but i want people to know it's for charity. you go to the rumble 2012.com, you can see it, 5 bucks, and there he s. he is terrified by the way. look. you can see it. you know, we're doing this, stewart is a good man. we're going to raise a lot for charity. >> bill o'reilly, thank you so much. "killing kennedy." you can watch the first presidential debate tomorrow 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific time here on nbc. 16 minutes after the hour. here is david.
! what's in your wallet? >>> arnold schwarzenegger writing in his book that he decided not to run for governor of california because i had wife didn't want him to. but she changed her mind after a conversation with her mother. telling her to snap out of it, that arnold would be angry with her for the rest of his life. and that the women always support their men when they want to do something. and schwarzenegger also opens up about the affair he had with his housekeeper who later gave birth to his son. >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> the "lornorlando sentinel" reports that disney world has spent more money to influence the political world. it spent more than $2.5 million to fund campaignses and causes, about twice as much as it spent back in two 10. most of the money has gone to republican candidates, but disney world says it's not playing partisan politics, just trying to head off expanded casino gambling in the sunshine state. >>> a new study from
. governor schwarzenegger and brown said we're not going to defend proposition 8 and then they about intervenors. i think the court system is based on these procedures. the court wants to make sure . >> there is a law that says if the president is not going to defend a federal statute, and the attorney general has to write a letter to both houses of congress saying here is why i'm going to take the unusual step of not defending it. they have the right to come in and defend the statute they pass. >> i want to ask you a question. >> we saw all kinds of cases about the rights of detainees in guantanamo bay and how much they have a right to challenge the conditions and how much the court entertain them. the supreme court seems to take no interest in these cases and is content to let them work out the limitations. veryen though they're controversial, at the cases are being well addressed by very well expected -- well-respected courts. as a historical matter, things are settling down. after 9/11 just like any crisis, there is a reaction by government. the government puts things in place qu
will appoint an amicus in that case. the court will appoint someone and proposition 8 -- gov. schwarzenegger and governor brown said they're not going to protected and they allow the groups who were trying to advance it to do it. the court wants to make sure -- >> plus, it was an act of congress. >> there is a law that says if the president is not going to defend a federal statute, the attorney general has to write a letter to both houses of congress saying here is why i'm going to take the unusual step of not defending it. that process is designed to let congress have the right to come in and defend the statute that they passed. >> are one to ask you a question. for awhile, in the early days of the bush administration, we saw all kinds of cases about the rights and detainee's in guantanamo bay and how much they had a right to challenge the conditions of their confinement. now the supreme court seems to take no interest in these cases and is ok with letting the court of appeal handle these cases. why is that happening? >> he won because i think they're handling the case as well. even though
with the republican party. schwarzenegger has been out to pasture says pete wilson to demonize the latino population. he had attacked in the primary. she brought out pete wilson has said she will be tough as nails and one to deport our nanny by the end of the election. you know, the hispanic vote turned out in huge numbers for jerry brown who did very little to win their affection. >> inroads among minorities, we would be having a conversation about that demographic difficulties among whites. but as you were saying, if you have a candidate that will have the hispanic so we will be talking about why obama is likely to drop 43%, even some new or. you know, republicans have set themselves a hurdle that is so high by allowing democrats to continue 80 percent of the population a share of fights to have to win becomes reagan asked and it is very hard to esther nominee to match the greatest landslide in modern times every four years. >> hispanics have not captured the republican party. when you could your report, minority winners. well, you can't assume that there is a democratic vote. we know the republic
with the republican party except for schwarzenegger has been out to pasture. but she got attacked by jerry poisoner in the primary, she brought out pete wilson, and she wanted to deport her nanny by the end of the election. [laughter] you know, the hispanic vote turned out in huge numbers for jerry brown. >> we could easily be having this conversation about the democratic difficulties among whites, right? it would totally change, as you were saying, if you had a candidate who was getting half the hispanic vote, be talking about why obama is likely to vote from 43% of whites, even slightly lower. but, you know, the republicans have set themselves a hurdle that is so high by allowing democrats to continue winning 80% of this growing population. the share of whites you have to win becomes reaganesque, and it's hard to ask your nominee to win by a landslide every four years. >> to follow up on this point, when i was looking at your report and the growth of minority voters, i thought, well, you can't just assume those are democratic votes, and we know that republicans who run for office do very well. an
schwarzenegger into office because the republicans were successful in that state. in general, they think politics is the art of compromise. you cannot always get what you promised. there is an issue these days for many republicans have signed a pledge not to raise taxes. that has put them in a position where they are unable to compromise with the democrats. i think to sign a pledge with -- an ironclad pledge -- and to stick to it, it may make life more difficult once you get a office. they're not the only ones in congress. there are other people and parties. even within parties, there are different points of view. you have to stick with what you believe but you have to be flexible. you got to be willing to compromise and, with the best solution and it is not always your solution. that is what democracy is all about host: there are 50 laws, one for every state, in terms of getting your name on the ballot. why is this convoluted for third parties to get on the ballot in all 50 states? guest: they have different cutoff date. they require a different number of signatures. before 1890, there was no of
schwarzenegger said, we're not going to defend prop. eight. and then they allowed intervenors, the groups had been advancing in the first place to do that. i think the courts, our system is based on an adversarial procedure. the court must make sure we have the argument fully. >> an act of congress. they have some skin in the game. >> there is a law. >> there is a law that says if the president is that going to defend the federal statute the attorney-general has to write a letter to both houses of congress saying, here's why. out take the unusual step of not defending it. that process, the houses of congress have the right to come in and defend the statute that the past. >> well you are thinking of other questions, i want to ask you a questn
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